Section: Social Landlords

Regulator proposes to deregulate Larch Housing Association

Posted 08.11.21
Regulator of Social Housing: Further reading

The Regulator of Social Housing has notified Larch Housing Association Ltd (Larch) that it is proposing to exercise its power to de-register it from the register of social housing providers under section 118 of the Housing and Regeneration Act 2008.

The Regulator has provided Larch with 28 days notice of its proposal and the opportunity to make representations to the Regulator during that notice period.

At the expiry of that notice period, having considered any representations submitted by Larch, the Regulator will make a decision.

The Regulatory Notice states that 'Larch has been in persistent breach of the Governance and Financial Viability Standard since November 2019. During this period, Larch has failed to demonstrate that it can sustain its viability on an ongoing basis, or that it has the capacity to meet the regulatory standards'.

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